Fred Knee Blue Plaque Photo

Fred Knee blue plaque - Fred Knee 1868-1914 London Labour Party pioneer and Housing reformer lived here

Fred Knee Blue Plaque Map


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Brass Plaque № 11595 - St Peter's Italian Church - 1863. In 1845 St. Vincent Pallotti a R.C. priest and founder of the S.A.C. (Pallottine Fathers) thought of constructing a church in London for Italian immigrants. The Irish architect, Sir John Miller-Bryson modelled the church on the Basilica of San Crisogono in Trastevere - Rome.  It was to hold 3,400 people but was scaled down, at that time it was the only church in Britain in the Roman basilican style. It was consecrated on the 16th April 1863, as the "Church of St
Charles Holden Brown Plaque - Sudbury Town station   Listed building of National Significance   Architect: Adams, Holden & Pearson Partners, 1932  The original station opened on 28 June 1903 on the Metropolitan District Railway extension from Ealing Common to South Harrow.  It was rebuilt in preparation of the transfer of services to the Piccadilly line on 4 July 1932.  Sudbury Town seen as one of the seminal works of the architect Charles Holden and as such it set many of the elements for the other Underground stations he w
John Courage And Anchor Brewhouse, London Bronze Plaque - The Anchor Brewhouse  In December 1787 the Aberdonian John Courage purchased a small brewhouse on this site.  Little more than a year later the first entry in the brewing book records that John Courage had brewed 51 barrles of beer at the Anchor Brewhouse, Horselydown.  Three separate elements, Boilerhouse, Brewhouse and Malt Mill, each expressing different functions in the process of beer making, are united to form the Anchor Brewhouse's characterful and picturesque composition.  The building i